Boker H. Boker & Co. Bone Straight Razor 4/8" Carbon Blade
BO140503: H. Boker & Co. Bone Straight Razor
Boker Straight Razors
Demanding craftsmanship is one of our traditions in the Boker knife manufactory, where a maximum of dexterity is necessary - like when shaving by hand. A perfect shave needs, before anything else, one thing - a perfect razor.
Since the beginnings of the Boker Manufactory in 1869, high quality straight razors were made in Solingen. Even in these early days, the focus was set on high end materials and perfect handmade quality and craftsmanship. Soon this strategy gained success, and Boker straight razors became well known. After the second World War, the production of straight razors was ended internationally, due to destruction of the plant by allied bombing.
Today, an original Boker catalog from 1906 is the oldest document in the company's archives about the lineup of straight razors of that time. More than 100 years later, a new series of straight razors is handmade in the Solingen Manufactory and revives the old tradition.
A quality check for every straight razor is the so called "thumb nail test." Only perfectly ground razor edges can be bent on the back of your thumb nail and return to their normal shape afterwards.
Start the day with a true masterpiece - a straight razor from Boker.
H. Boker & Co. Bone
The compact bestseller. A bestseller in the H. Boker lineup back in 1906 was the razor with the 4/8" blade (high edge retention, non-stainless). Due to the compact blade size, this model was a favorite in barber shops and for other professional users. Nowadays, this size is pretty rare. The experienced specialists from Boker grind the blade with the popular round head. The scales are made of natural bone with the traditional Boker emblem. Completely made by hand in the Boker Manufactory in Solingen, Germany. Delivered in a traditional box with a certificate of authenticity. Serial numbered.
The original steel Capital of the World: Solingen, Germany produces some of the best Kitchen knives and straight razors money can buy.
One of the most common natural materials used in knife making, bone handles are usually textured to provide grip and can be dyed almost any color.